- 28 September 2015 | Kiteboarding
Reider Decker and Jalou Langeree have won the 2015 Cape Hatteras Wave Classic presented Patagonia, in North Carolina.
Some of the world's best male and female kitesurfers competed for three days in challenging conditions at the Lighthouse. The unique Open format got underway in overhead waves.
The strapless kitesurfing event showcased insane aerials, innovative tricks and in-the-pocket wave riding. A few riders even tried to get barreled on occasional rollers.
- 24 September 2015 | Kiteboarding
It is considered the toughest kiteboarding marathon in the world. The 2015 Red Bull Coast 2 Coast saw 500 riders crossing the Baltic Sea. Guess who finished first?
He only needed 66 minutes and 20 seconds to complete the 40-kilometer challenge across the windy and chilly waters of the North European sea. You know who the winner is: Florian Gruber.
"Yes, I made it! I won the biggest kitesurf race in the world! It was a lot of fun to take part. Super happy about that! My gear was working perfect and fast," wrote the German kiteboarder.
- 23 September 2015 | Kiteboarding
Do you believe you're a big air kiteboarding specialist? Submit your best video and win a ticket to the main event of the Red Bull King of the Air 2016, to be held between 30th January and 14th February, in Cape Town, South Africa.
Riders willing to compete in one of the best extreme air competitions in the planet should send their footage until 11th December 2015. There are eight spots available. The event will feature 24 kiteboarders.
"We want a short edit packed with plenty of extreme action! It does not need to be a masterpiece - all we need is to clearly see the potential of the rider," explains Sergio Cantagalli, director of the Red Bull King of the Air.